General Purpose Equipment
Both models are ideal for laboratory use.
The 86-D2015 model is recommended for use with the Bending Beam Rheometer (BBR)
The 86-D2015/A model is particularly suited for use with the DYNATRIAX Dynamic triaxial system.
86-D2015: Laboratory air compressor, 10 bar max. pressure, 8 bar for continuous use.
50 liters capacity. 230 V, 50 Hz, 1 ph
86-D2015/A: Laboratory air compressor, 10 bar max. pressure, 8 bar for continuous use. 200 liters capacity. 400 V, 50 Hz, 3 ph
Used to prepare distilled water for laboratory use.
86-D2104: Water still, producing 7.5 liters per hour. 230 V, 50-60 Hz, 1 ph
86-D2105: Water still, producing 4 litres per hour. 230 V, 50-60 Hz, 1 ph
An automatic device keeps the water to a constant level. In case of shortage of water an automatic switch cuts off the current, switches on again when the level becomes normal.
WWD001: Water Wizard Counter Distiller is a locally sourced compact, portable, lightweight and easy to store option.
Includes: Distiller, Glass Collector Bottle, 2 Carbon Filter Cups.
Capacity: 22.7 litres in 24 hours
For site use with electrically operated core drilling machines and other apparatus when mains current is not available. It has a petrol driven engine.
86-D2250: Portable petrol engine driven single-phase generator, 6.5 kVA, 230 V, 50 Hz
It features a digital control panel with automatically adjusts the output voltage, two 16A-250V shuko sockets and one 12V charger. Its sturdy construction and fully covering hull that reduces noise and protects the unit from dust and shocks makes this generator ideal for site use and mobile laboratories.
Ideal for housing PC and printer. It is a purpose built accessory for use in many laboratory applications, where a PC is required in a testing environment.
86-D2999: PC cabinet for testing systems. 110-230 V, 50-60 Hz, 1 ph
- Dimensions (lxdxh): 500x550x915 mm
- Weight approx.: 55 kg
The PC cabinet is designed to provide PC system protection from airborne contamination such as cement and dust. Filtration is achieved by two vented filters in the cabinet.
The monitor can be fit on top of the cabinet and three extractable shelves holds keyboard, printer and mouse.
Pyrolytic Oven is a second-generation, high-temperature oven for performing safe, solvent-free cleaning of asphalt and other organic residues from laboratory equipment and glassware.
MO-39: Pyrolytic Oven
- Fast, safe, and convenient cleaning of laboratory equipment and glassware
- No hazardous cleaning materials
- No hazardous fumes
- Fully automatic cleaning cycles
The 71L chamber holds up to 70 RTFO bottles on the two catalyst-filled shelves.
This cost-effective, fully automatic method saves time and creates a safer, more efficient lab environment. Costs and risks of hazardous waste handling and disposal, glass breakage and labor are reduced or eliminated. Even trace residues of organic contaminants from asphalt, injection molding, and organic chemistry applications are removed, leaving lab equipment ultra clean for critical testing.
Chamber temperatures up to 482°C burn off organic contaminants, leaving behind only carbonized residues. Surfaces are then cleaned safely by the pyrolysis reaction. After a programmed soak period, air is introduced into the chamber to quickly oxidize residue. Exhaust smoke and gases are consumed in the downstream oxidizer at 704—816°C assuring odorless, smoke-free emissions.